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    Training camp 8/3

    Early arrivals today 14 n 82. jugs work which is bau.
    Day off today 48 91 25.
    Shazier shook up a little didn't finish practice n Ayers looked like he had an ankle injury no contact working on early punt drills.

    I'll try to give you some different perspectives today.

    1st team OL 78 73 53 66 77
    2nd team OL 68 64 67 72 65
    3's 89 61 74 71 xx

    Punt returners 17, 18 with 82 going out.

    TE depth with Green still out 81 85 46 87 49 new TE Phillips now in camp.

    7 shots from the 2:
    A gap run stuffed by 79 99 and 23.
    7 looks for fb 46 in flat covered 2nd read 84 ...TD
    7 to 84 on a drag TD
    7 on skinny post to 85 TD with Golden in coverage.
    3 at QB inc to Bell with 28 in coverage.
    3 hands to 34 short of goal tackled by 41.

    1 on 1 :
    94 covers 26 on an out
    95 tips pass from 46 on drag
    24o catches out on 51
    85 runs hook tipped away by 56. Chick looking quick today.
    Stingley covered by 54 on an out.
    26 catches an out over 50
    56 breaks up pass for Johnson on an out.
    87 catches one on 57 drag route.
    26 beats 24 on an out
    56 covers 81 on a hook inc. He's having a day.
    46 breaks up pass intended for 30
    87 toasts 57 on a chair for long gainer.


    11 on 11
    Hargrave seals inside run. ...held the point against Pouncey.
    Jarvis big hit on 8 gap run. showed a little burst.
    In base D 2 dl 2 olb's 1 ILB and safeties 23 in free n 21 at strong with 22 n 31 wide and 28 in the slot.
    69 holds point on 5 hole run with solid tackle.
    7 easy pitch n catch to 84 with 24 in coverage.
    30 10yd A gap run over rookie 79 good block by 53
    Big Dan closes down A gap for short gain by Nix
    13 tosses into triple coverage intended for 18 knocked away.
    83 catches deep out over 35
    8 hole run shut down by 93 n 95 short gain.
    Counter run stuffed by 55 for no gain.
    Counter run ..game within game 71 kicks out 65 and play goes for about 10.

    Special teams:
    Kick off practice ...
    1st team wedge 81 72 45 returners 24o 18
    2nd team " 46 74 69 " 15 33
    3rd team " 99 67 96 " 16

    kick off set up 5 -1 -3 -2

    11 on 11:
    7 sharp hits 26 in flat for 10. Note 23 single high and 21 in box in 1st play
    7 inc to 88 on go with 31 in good coverage.
    7 passing 55 would have sacked him pass complete to 17 for short gain.
    Drag to 84 tipped away by 22 almost picked.
    3 at qb one handed grab by 14 28 in coverage and pops receiver.
    33 drops an out
    Swing pass to 33 in flat hit by Fort.
    JJ hand catches a hook. Good hands today and so far all through camp.
    S Johnson makes tackle at los on a draw.
    Blakeney on wr screen 5 yd gain. Rookie is a good hands catcher.
    (Moats getting off blocks well today not always making the tackle but causing redirects)
    15 late to get his head around and pass hits him in shoulder.
    38 runs a draw good feet in the hole and pops it for about 10
    87 catches short out and laid out by 41
    18 catches an out against 40
    Notes ........46 does not take false steps either on passes nor runs. Not fast but reads correctly and has a nose for the ball.
    Bell looks like he has fully recovered from injury.
    28 lined up in single high on occasion
    Fb/hb Johnson blocking well today.
    General note our DL stay on their feet well.
    14 catching everything again
    38 catches an out shows good burst
    65 rookie Hawkins has shown good feet today sliding and kicking out blockers at both right n left T
    last 11 on 11:
    7 inc to 88 on an out
    53 blocks 94 and 26 makes large gain on a gap run.
    7 pass inc but 78 stuffs 95 on pass rush attempt
    trip TE counter run smelled out by 95 for only short gain.
    Check down to 34 with 66 out in front breaks for big gainer.
    Counter run stuffed by 64.
    85 catches a hook in front of 46 but coverage was tight ..2 rookies who have made some plays and
    on quick pass to Grimble great get off los by Chick.
    69 stones a 7 hole run.
    47 giving 46 all he can handle in pass protection
    30 shows some quicks in hole takes hand off for 10 yds
    Reilly and Lyons stuff an inside run.
    post practice:
    Running sprints together 28 46 54
    Hand fighting drills Chick who just is intense even post work out. Also doing crunches after practice rep after rep.He turned some
    heads today.

    Heavy special team work today. Green again running half speed on far field. We used some 3 TE sets today.

    Try it again tomorrow.

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    Good stuff. Huge thanks!

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    Sounds like the "most improved" awards at camp undoubtedly go to Coates on O and Chickillo on D so far.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    Sounds like the "most improved" awards at camp undoubtedly go to Coates on O and Chickillo on D so far.
    It's still early n we're only talking about.............practice!

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    All I know is in a 3-4 Defense some OLB's better step up!!
    I don't care who.....just someone.
    Here We Go Steelers, Here We Go...
    Here We Go Steelers, Here We Go...
    Here We Go Steelers, Here We Go...!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SidSmythe View Post
    All I know is in a 3-4 Defense some OLB's better step up!!
    I don't care who.....just someone.
    Yep That is why those guys were drafted. Not to be run stuffers

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    Practice Report: Opportunity knocks for Hargrave
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    By Mike Prisuta

    Tuitt, Heyward step back, Hargrave steps up.

    LATROBE, Pa. - A breakdown of Practice No. 5 at Saint Vincent College:

    OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Rotations changed with several players either limited or held out of practice because of maintenance days or in response to minor bumps and bruises, especially along the defensive line.

    DE Cam Heyward didn’t practice much and DE Stephon Tuitt didn’t practice at all, and that opened the door for others.

    “More than anything I’m looking for a guy that takes advantage of the opportunity, that shows the conditioning necessary to take advantage of the opportunity,” head coach Mike Tomlin said. “Increased reps means the potential for increased fatigue. I want to check their overall level of conditioning.

    “And then secondly, their ability to produce with the extra reps.”

    When practice opened with “Seven Shots,” the defense opened in a nickel with DT Javon Hargrave and DE Caushaud Lyons employed as the two defensive linemen.

    In the final 11-on-11 “Team” period, Heyward played one snap and Hargrave played eight (four at nose in a 3-4 and four as a defensive tackle in nickel).

    In between, Hargrave and DE Johnny Maxey rotated in for DE L.T Walton and Heyward as the nickel linemen in “Pass Under Pressure.”

    Hargrave was well-conditioned enough to chase down and help provide extra coverage on a pass to RB Fitz Toussaint in the flat.

    That earned Hargrave a hug from inside linebackers coach Jerry Olsavsky, who appreciated the hustle.

    Dan McCullers, who has been lining up as the first-team nose, played all four of his snaps in the final period as a nickel-DT.

    DE Ricardo Mathews was used in the base and nickel alignments.

    SEVEN SHOTS: QB Ben Roethlisberger didn’t go 4-for-4, as he had on Monday, but he was almost perfect again.

    After a successful run by RB Le’Veon Bell, Roethlisberger twice connected with WR Antonio Brown in the end zone. The first was a throwback left after a roll right and the second a pass to the middle after a pump-fake.

    On his last pass, Roethlisberger hit TE Xavier Grimble in the back of the end zone, but Grimble failed to get two feet down in the end zone.

    QB Landry Jones threw incomplete for WR Levi Norwood and found TE Jesse James for a conversion.

    LB Steven Johnson and CB Donald Washington combined to tackle RB DeAngelo Williams on the final snap. The offense won the drill, 4-3.

    SPECIAL TEAMS: Work in the kicking game included a kickoff return drill. Return tandems used included Toussaint and WR Sammie Coates, RB Daryl Richardson and Norwood, WR Marcus Tucker and RB Cameron Stingily (Tucker initially muffed an attempt), RB Brandon Brown-Dukes and WR Issac Blakeney, Norwood and RB Christian Powell, Blakeney and Toussaint, Richardson and Stingily, Coates and WR Demarcus Ayers, and Norwood and Richardson.


    MEDICAL FILE: Tomlin assessed the injuries as follows: CB Senquez Golson (Lisfranc) didn’t practice and is a potential candidate for surgery). Ayers (ankle), Canaan Severin (shoulder) and LB Ryan Shazier (“shaken up a little bit”) didn’t finish practice. CB Artie Burns and LB Bud Dupree had the day off, as did Tuitt.

    AUDIBLES: “You gotta dominate this drill, ‘X.’ You’ve got too much talent not to dominate this drill.” _ Tomlin to Grimble during “Backs-on-’Backers” (pass coverage/pass receiving version).

    “Yes, sir.” _ Grimble to Tomlin in “Backs-on-‘Backers.”

    [URL]http://www.steelers.com/news/article-1/Practice-Report-Opportunity-knocks-for-Hargrave/521b5962-2ccd-41e0-aa89-6e997d009d36[/URL]


    The Rams' offense featuring weapons such as Marshall Faulk, Torrey Holt, and Isaac Bruce were known as "The Greatest Show on Turf"

    The Steelers' offense featuring weapons such as Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant should be known as "The Greatest Show on Grass"

    This has nothing at all to do with respective playing surfaces at the Edward Jones Dome vs. Heinz Field.

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